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Deadly fire engulfs school train in western Iowa

OAKLAND, Iowa — Authorities contend two people died in a school train fire in western Iowa Tuesday morning. The fire on the Riverside Community School District train was reported shortly after 7 a.m. Tuesday southeast of Oakland, Iowa. Pottawattamie County sheriff’s Lt. Rob Ambrose told the Omaha World-Herald the victims have been identified as the man who was pushing the …

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Video captures teen assisting marathon leader to finish line

DALLAS — It was a marathon finish that left mixed people feeling like winners. Ariana Luterman, 17, can be seen in photos and videos assisting the women’s winner, Chandler Self, make her way to the BMW Dallas Marathon finish line. “My maternal instincts kicked in,” Luterman said. She was discerning to supplement that Self “did it all on her own in …

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Suspect’s family speaks out after NYC bombing

NEW YORK — The family of Akayed Ullah, the man accused of environment off a siren explosve in New York City, pronounced it’s sad and “deeply saddened” by the pang the attack has caused. In a statement, Ullah’s family also pronounced it’s angry by the way it was targeted by law enforcement, including pulling a teenage relations from category and …

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Roy Moore’s crony defends his firmness with brothel revisit story

Three men walked into a brothel filled with underage girls…but Roy Moore incited around and pronounced he was leaving. While it sounds like the set up to a bad joke, Moore’s crony William Staehle recounted their wartime escapades in an try to paint the embattled Senate claimant as a man of honourable impression on Monday. Staehle’s implausible invulnerability was delivered …

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Trump blames ‘chain migration’ for Port Authority bombing

The White House claims the Port Authority bombing on Monday could have been prevented if President Trump’s policies against “chain-migration” were in place. Akayed Ullah, the man arrested in the bombing, came to the U.S. from Bangladesh in 2011 on a visa accessible to certain kin of U.S. citizens. Hours after the blast in an subterraneous colonnade joining two of …

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Ten critical numbers to know for the Roy Moore Senate race

The Alabama Senate race of accused child molester Roy Moore, where electorate conduct to the polls Tuesday, has been described as a battle for the “soul of the nation.” It has stirred discussions of passionate predation, race, sacrament and mutinous worried Republicanism, yet either Moore ends up representing electorate at the Capitol will boil down to numbers rather than morality. …

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Trump group wants second special prosecutor for Russia probe

President Trump’s group wants to supplement another bombard to the Russian-doll of the election nosiness examine by appointing a second special warn to examine investigators. Jay Sekulow, partial of Trump’s authorised team, told Axios Tuesday that connectors of a demoted Justice Department central mandated a new covering of oversight. His matter comes after a Fox News report that Bruce Ohr, …

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Port Authority bomber was not famous to police before attack

The terror bomber who set off a homemade siren explosve nearby the Port Authority Bus Terminal was not on law enforcement’s radar before Monday’s explosion, NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism pronounced Tuesday. “He is rather evil of what we’ve been seeing opposite the world, which is somebody who turns up one day out of the blue,” John Miller …

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Woman pleads guilty in slaying of profound Savanna Greywind

A North Dakota lady pleaded guilty Monday in the killing of profound neighbor Savanna Greywind, a slaying described by authorities as a “cruel and infamous act of depravity.” Brooke Crews faces life in prison, and will be condemned next month. The hearing of boyfriend William Hoehn, who has pleaded not guilty, is slated for March. Authorities contend the couple committed …

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Britney Spears’ Las Vegas theatre crasher faces battery charge

Oops! He shouldn’t have finished that. The man who bum-rushed the theatre during one of Britney Spears’ Las Vegas shows in Aug has a hearing date set for Jan. 18 on charges of battery and unfinished conduct, TMZ reports. Jesse Webb, had jumped on theatre while Spears was primarily unknowingly what was happening behind her, even asking the crowd: “You …

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